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Which states have opened schools after 3rd wave gets slow?

Govt Guidelines for reopening of schools after 3rd wave

Ground Report | New Delhi: Which states have opened schools; Many states will resume physical classes from today as COVID-19 cases are likely to stabilize in the ongoing third wave. Several state governments earlier issued COVID-related restrictions which included the closure of all educational institutions.

Which states have opened schools

Rajasthan

The  Government of Rajasthan issued new guidelines regarding Covid-19 on Friday. According to the new guidelines, Schools for classes 10 to 12 will open from the  February 1, and from 6 to 9 will reopen from the 10th of  February. As per the guidelines, students can also opt for online lectures.

Haryana

The Haryana government has also decided to open schools for class 10th and above in offline mode from today. While 1 to 9 classes have to wait till further decision. The state education department has advised the educational institutions to follow strict Covid-19 protocols.

Telangana

The Telangana government has also decided to reopen all schools, colleges and educational institutions across the state from February 1 with strict adherence to Covid-19 guidelines. It’s important for The school management, teachers and parents of students to follow the guidelines and take precautions.

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Maharashtra

All educational institutions are going to Reopen from today.  State Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar announced that from February 1, schools for classes 1 to 8 will resume in the district but the school hours have been fixed at only half of the earlier timings and for classes 9th and 10th, the schools will resume as before. The colleges in the district will also reopen as per the earlier schedule.

Pune district in Maharashtra:

Schools and colleges in Pune will reopen from February 1, announced Ajit Pawar, Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra on Saturday. It will be four hours (half-day) classes for Classes 1 to 8 while classes 9 to 10 will have school as per the regular schedule.

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